Francisco Javier Gallego Rodrigo
Ph. D in Mathematics (Brandeis University and UCM), 1996. Associate Professor at UCM since 1998. Visiting Professor at the University of Kansas in Fall semester, 2004. Research stays (longer than 1 month): University of Missouri at Columbia, 1997 (3 months). University of Kansas at Lawrence, 2000 (2 months), 2001 (2 months), 2002 (1.5 months), 2004-2005 (5 months), CIMAT (Guanajuato), 2014 (2.5 months).
My field of research is Algebraic Geometry and particularly: Coordinate rings, equations and syzygies of projective algebraic varieries. Surfaces of general type. Deformations of proyective schemes and morphisms. Holomorphic foliations and linear systems.